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Sep 18, 2017 • by Wilson School District
Integrated science, technology, engineering and math

To continue Wilson’s commitment to excellence in education, we offer STEM-related programs designed to meet the demands of the workforce by emphasizing problem-solving, critical thinking and communication skills.  We are seeking professionals to help us with this effort by acting as mentors to students as they develop these skills while working to solve a STEM-related problem.This year, over 180 freshman are enrolled in our 9th grade I-STEM (integrated science, technology, engineering and math) program. Groups of 3-5 students will be paired with a mentor, with experience in the field, to guide and support them through their group project.If you or someone you know would like to be a mentor to a small group of I-STEM students, Click Here for more details and an interest form.We are also inviting all interested mentors to an Open House on Thursday, September 28, from 5:30- 6:15 pm in the STEM Lab, located in the Wilson Lower House Building (2601 Grandview Blvd, West Lawn).We’d love to have anyone interested in being an I-STEM mentor join us!

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